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Some of the entries on Domino's page on a Russian social media site.

Domino's Pizza in Russia has reportedly had to cancel a promotion in which they offered people "free pizza for life" if they had the chain's logo tattooed in a "prominent place" on their body after too many people took the offer up. The New York Post reports that the promotion, which started on 31st August, was supposed to run for two months but was ended after only five days when images of people with tattoos started flooding social media. The company, which had promised 100 free pizzas for 100 years to those who took up the offer, said only the first 350 people with tattoos would receive the deal.

Yes, we accept Cincinnati isn't the easiest name to spell (and, yes, typos are easy to make) but you'd think you'd double check before putting up a highway sign giving directions to the US city. The Ohio Department of Transportation, however, recently erected a sign on 17th Avenue in the city of Columbus which directed drivers to 'Cinicinnati' (see that extra 'i'?). Officials reportedly blamed either the contractor or manufacturer and said a replacement had been ordered. While the sign was put up in July, the mistake only rose to prominence in the past week after it caught the attention of users on the web platform Reddit.

Dogs were doing their part for their fellow canines in California last weekend when dozens took to the waves on surfboards to raise money for a dog shelter. More than 70 dogs reportedly took part in the 13th Annual Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon at Dog Beach in Del Mar to raise money for the Helen Woodward Animal Centre. Dogs competed in various categories based on size. The event was live-streamed on YouTube. Follow the link to see some images.